How does Mail.app handle being offline for extended periods when it's set to auto check email every XX minutes? Does it only try to check if it's connected, or does it try and give any error message every time it fails? Same for offline email composition - will it let you write a message when you're offline and then auto send it next time it gets a signal? On a related note, will the touch automatically join networks that it comes into range of, or do you have to tell it to connect? So, for example, if I setup the WPA2 passwords for my home network and the WiFi at work will it connect to those automatically when it detects them (and then subsequently check my mail every XX minutes)? I'm asking because I'm thinking about getting a touch to replace my 5G, but it would only make sense for me if it could function as a basic/decent PDA with rudimentary email function. An iPhone would of course be a better fit for me, but I'm not a fan of ATT and I'm also not willing to pay $20/month for the privilege when a touch will (probably) do all the things I need. Thanks.